The Open Access Book and the evolution of the OA.
- The Open Access Book (OAB) is a product of the research that in recent years has gained its place in scientific publishing and Open Access (OA). Both have gone from initial diffidence (for different reasons) to a growing interest. In the first part of the article we present the most recent data relating to this type of publication (published ebooks, number of publishers, etc.) while in the second part the OAB phenomenon is examined within a more general evolution of the OA. [Publisher's text]
- Open Access Book, Open Acces, Scientific Publishing
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- Digital preservation in Italy : reflections on models, criteria and solutions
- Conservation horizons : the three ages of archive and the role of conservation systems
- Accounting and the management of internal interdependencies : 14th century archival sources from the Comune of Siena
- International perspective and national reality in the Principi di Catalogazione e regole italiane di Diego Maltese
- The Open Access Book and the evolution of the OA.
- Semantic alignment in museums, archives and libraries : the ontologies for describing relationships
- Sustainable libraries : fashion or necessity?
- Roles and Proficiency of Systems Librarians as Managers of Library Systems in Academic Libraries in Nigeria
- Storage, enhancement and preservation of doctoral dissertations in the experience Magazzini digitali : a contribution to research and access
- Conservation libraries & Data Curation : from Custos catalogi to Digital Librarian : the case of Ambrosian Library
- OPERAS : bringing the long tail of Social Sciences and Humanities into Open Science
- The Swiss library context between innovation and tradition : the Swiss National Library and the Münstergasse Library of Bern
- International Research Conference "What happened in the library? Cosa è successo in biblioteca? Readers and libraries from historical investigations to current issues. Lettori e biblioteche tra indagine storica e problemi attuali" (Sapienza University of Rome, 27-28th September 2018)